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|A 16.34 mile/26.3 km circuit used in 1928. The shorter 6.83 mile/11.00 km circuit was used in 1949 for the french Formula 1 GP.||07/05/2007||862|
|The Bugatti Circuit is a race track located in Le Mans, France, named after Ettore Bugatti. The circuit uses a part of the circuit used for the famous 24 Hours of Le Mans race and a separate, purpose-built section. The sections of track on the Bugatti Circuit that are on the Circuit de la Sarthe, the circuit used for the 24 Hours, include the Ford Chicane at the end of the lap, the pit complex,...||07/05/2007||1,186|
|A small racetrack in Lelystad north of Amsterdam.|
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|The Montjuļc circuit is a former racing circuit located on the Montjuļc mountain in Barcelona, Catalonia. It is considered among the best Formula One circuits of all time, with Autosport rating it among its ten best for their 50th anniversary of Formula One issue.|
By 1908 international motorsport was conducted at the Circuit Baix Penedčs with the Copa Catalunya. In 1923 the first...
|A 4.49 miles/7.29 km street circuit in the Lyon suburbs of Bron and Venissieux used once in 1947 for the French Formula 1 GP.||07/05/2007||807|
|Dijon-Prenois is a 3.801 km (2.361 mile) motorsport race track located in Prenois, near Dijon, France.|
Built in 1972, Dijon-Prenois hosted the Formula 1 French Grand Prix five times, and the Swiss Grand Prix once in 1982. The first F1 race was run in 1974 on the circuit's original 3.289 km (2 mile) layout; with lap times under the 1 minute mark, there was an extreme problem with ...
Zhuhai International Circuit, the first permanent motor racing circuit in China, was completed in November 1996, just in time to host the first International Race on this Formula 1 standard circuit in Chinas history.
|This is the racetrack where formula 1 grand prix used to take place from 1985 to 1990. The actual french formula 1 grand prix is run on the Magny-Cours racetrack. The famous motor bike race "Le bol d'or" is still run on this track.||08/21/2005||900|
|The Marina Bay Street Circuit (otherwise known as the Singapore GP Street Circuit) is a street circuit around the city state's Marina Bay and is the venue for the Singapore Grand Prix. The track is 5.073 km (3.152 mi) long in a harbourside location similar in style to the Monaco Grand Prix and the new circuit in Valencia.||11/17/2011||1,280|
|Looks like a racetrack on a disused Russian airbase with cars and spectators.||08/21/2006||507|
|Multifunction racetrack with trioval and testtrack.||08/29/2005||1,277|
|The fastest circuit of F1!|
Contains the current track, the Anello de Velocita, the combined track used between 1922-1933, and the historic Florio circuit.